17. Avocado

Avocados are rich in antioxidants, potassium and monounsaturated fats, which work to lower the risk of heart disease, along with your cholesterol levels. They also have remarkable weight loss benefits, and they enrich your heart and body with healthy fats.

You can always eat them fresh and raw, add them to a salad, or pair them with tomatoes and other veggies.

18. Red Wine

Red wine is rich in a polyphenol called resveratrol, which is beneficial for health when consumed in moderation.

In fact, moderate quantities of any alcohol, be it whiskey or brandy, are considered beneficial in curbing and lowering the risk of heart disease.

However, more than two drinks every day can increase this risk. Even coffee works the same way, however, this should not be a pretext to start stocking up on liquor because there are several other non-alcoholic sources, for instance grapes and organic peanut butter.


  1. I am pleased to hear that COFFEE is, ONCE MORE, on the GOOD LIST!!. SO glad I didn’t listen to the other information that said NIX THE COFFEE……YEAH!…?
    So please RSVP on this: How do YOU eat YOUR pommegrenate?

    • First I cut the pomegranate, then I dig my teeth into the pomegranate OR I either get it with my hands that are washed and scoop it all up and eat it. Mm yum

  2. Good information. Content and extract in each item may also include from Scientific and chemical point of view

  3. Thanks for the post about coffee. I love coffee a lot but is it advisable for breastfeeding mothers to take it even though it has caffeine n besides, rumors have it that it dries up the breast milk?


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